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The 2018 (REALLY) Big Show Highlights

Thank you for the talent and the supporters who came out to vote for their favorite acts — together we raised just short of $900 to support students going to summer camp! The night’s top acts, going home with prizes for the most votes were:  Emma and Ember Bush – 3rd place for a vocal duo performance of a song from “The Greatest Showman” Skylar, Greer, and Ethan – 2nd place for an instrumental performance (and eating Funyuns while waiting…

Students and Leaders Back From LAUNCH Conference

A group of 30 traveled to Thornton, CO, this past weekend, including students and leaders from Pine Valley and Cortez Family Worship Center. The conference was hosted by the Gateway District to launch Kingdom disciple-makers. It was an incredibly powerful time and we wanted to share some highlights… To see an extended highlights video, media from the event and more, visit the official follow-up post at GatewayFoursquare.org.

Highlights From the Teen New Year’s Eve Bash

This weekend our teenagers took over the church and partied like it’s 2017! Fifty-three of us had tons of fun, worshipped without abandon and sought to hear God speak into our New Year. Students went home with over $200 worth of prizes and give-aways, too, and several students rededicated their lives! Thank you for supporting the youth ministry this weekend with the Soup Lunch. Together we raised over $800 to continue reaching more teens and doing more amazing events and…

The REALLY Big Show: A REALLY Big Success!

We want to thank all the talent and everyone who showed up to support them and the NextGen ministries (children and youth) at Pine Valley for The REALLY Big Show last night. Together, we raised just over $2,100 that will be directly funneled into our NextGen ministry programs! That’s pretty incredible! Watch the highlights and share…

Good Friday Service Highlights

Enjoy highlights from a powerful evening of remembering the Cross of Christ. Students from Pine Valley NextGen​ led the first portion of the service, featuring media, drama, readings, and music specials. Then, our special guest, world-renown sculptor Rick Wienecke, joined us and shared about his famous work, THE FOUNTAIN OF TEARS, and how it relates to the suffering of the Cross.